Bringing back the Denman pomaderris

The critically endangered Denman pomaderris (Pomaderris reperta) is getting a new lease on life thanks to a recent translocation project.

Denman pomaderris (Pomaderris reperta) has cream to yellow flower clusters at the end of the stem.

The Denman pomaderris is only known from a few areas surrounding the township of Denman in the Upper Hunter Valley of New South Wales. This project is a partnership between Saving our Species (SoS) and Glencore Australia which aims to establish self-sustaining populations of the species within mining rehabilitation and offset sites. Over 250 Denman pomaderris seedlings have been planted so far.  

Local primary school students and a local Landcare group have also supported the project through planting days with students creating their own Denman pomaderris gardens. The seedlings used for the project were grown at the Australian National Botanic Gardens.

Watch the video to find out more about the conservation project or visit the Purposeful partnerships: Saving our Species + Glencore webpage.

You can learn more about this critically endangered species on the Denman pomaderris profile page.